Why New Zealand?
New Zealand’s education system is ranked first among English-speaking countries and third in the world for delivering a future-focused education (out of 50 economies). New Zealand scores highly for its policy environment, teaching environment and socio-economic environment.
Source: The Worldwide Educating for the Future Index 2018, by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
What makes studying in New Zealand different from everywhere else in the world?
New Zealand excels at education programmes that combine technology and creativity such as the sciences, building and architecture, engineering, film-making, animation and design. Our education providers are equipped with world-class and industry-leading facilities. New Zealand excels at education programmes that combine technology and creativity such as the sciences, building and architecture, engineering, film-making, animation and design. Our education providers are equipped with world-class and industry-leading facilities.
New Zealand’s ‘inquiry model of learning’ includes lots of project-based learning, where students work in groups on an assignment of their own design. These projects take students outside the classroom, from art galleries and museums to forests and beaches, where they can see how their studies have real-world implications.
Whom can I speak to in the Philippines about studying in New Zealand?
To speak to an Education New Zealand Recognised Agency in the Philippines, click here
How much will it cost to study in New Zealand?
Tuition fees for international students vary depending on the type of course, where you study and how long you study at University. Fees range from about NZD$22,000 to NZD$32,000, with higher fees for subjects such as medicine and veterinary science. Many bachelor’s degrees can be completed in three years.
No, seriously. WHY study in New Zealand?
New Zealand offers a truly future-focussed education. Globalisation and disruptive trends such as artificial intelligence and automation are reshaping the world of work. A New Zealand education provides students with the skills required to excel in their future careers and create a positive impact in the world.
All eight universities are ranked among the top 3 percent in the world. New Zealand is the only country in the world to have all its universities ranked within the top 500. Source: Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings 2018.
Are there postgraduate study opportunities in New Zealand?
Absolutely. Find out more here